Week6-discussion-emerging threats & countermeasures | Information Systems homework help
Course: Emerging Threats & Countermeasures
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There are a variety of ways that a cyber-attack can cause economic damage. In many cases, attackers try to “penetrate” systems in order to steal technology or other sensitive information. When do you think an attack can be classified as cyber terrorism?
Chapters 15 and 16 in the course textbook
Wangen, G., Snekkenes, E., & Hallstensen, C. (2018). A framework for estimating information security risk assessment method completeness. International Journal of Information Security, 17(6), 681–699. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10207-017-0382-0
A. Goutam and V. Tiwari, “Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing to Enhance the Security of Web Application,” 2019 4th International Conference on Information Systems and Computer Networks (ISCON), Mathura, India, 2019, pp. 601-605.
G. Yadav, A. Allakany, V. Kumar, K. Paul and K. Okamura, “Penetration Testing Framework for IoT,” 2019 8th International Congress on Advanced Applied Informatics (IIAI-AAI), Toyama, Japan, 2019, pp. 477-482.
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Required Books & Resources
Title: (ISC)2 CISSP Certified Information Systems Security Professional Official Study Guide (In Classroom)ISBN: 9781119475958Authors: Mike Chapple, James Michael Stewart, Darril Gibson Publisher: John Wiley & SonsPublication Date: 2018-04-10
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